Mississippi River Transmission Corp.
Third Revised Volume No. 1
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Effective Date: 11/01/1993, Docket: RS92- 43-005, Status: Effective
Sub Original Sheet No. 133 Sub Original Sheet No. 133 : Superseded
Superseding: Original Sheet No. 133
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
9. SYSTEM MANAGEMENT (Continued)
(iii) Cease or reduce supply inputs into MRT's system
or at specific points; or, alternatively, commence or
increase deliveries of gas from MRT's system or from
specific points, or shift deliveries to different points.
(iv) Eliminate transportation imbalances.
(v) Change the storage/supply delivery mix.
(vi) Such other actions as are within Customer's
control which would tend to alleviate the situation to be
(c) No penalties will apply to actions taken in accordance
with Operational Flow Orders. Imbalances attributable to
complying with Operational Flow Orders which are not eliminated
during the current month will be valued at 100% of the average of
the Weekly Reference Spot Prices as set forth in Section 10.5 of
these General Terms and Conditions for the period the Operational
Flow Order is in effect. At the affected Customer's election,
provided to MRT in writing by the first business day of the month
following the month in which the Operational Flow Order was
issued, such imbalances may be made up with in kind volumes within
30 days or such longer period as MRT and the Customer may agree.
MRT shall also provide a daily reservation charge credit to each
Customer whose firm capacity is diminished by an Operational Flow
Order issued as a result of MRT's negligence. The daily
reservation charge credit shall be equal to the actual daily
diminution of capacity multiplied by the Customer's Monthly
Reservation Charge computed at 100% load factor for the duration
of the Operational Flow Order.
(d) MRT may issue an Operational Flow Order requesting
that a Customer exceed its primary receipt point or primary
delivery point MDQ, but compliance with such a request shall be